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Seventh Generation Baby Nappies (Stage 3)

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Seventh Generation Nappies Stage 3

These fantastic Seventh Generation Nappies (Stage 3) are ideal for babies weighing between 7 - 12.5kg. They are part of Seventh Generation's "Free and Clear" range which means they are unscented and great for babies with sensitivities. They are also soft, thin, ultra-absorbent as well as chlorine free!

Size 3: ideal for babies weighing between 7 - 12.5kg
Key Features: stretchy leg gathers and resealable closure tabs!
Free From: fragrances, latex, petroleum-based lotions & chlorine processing
Quantity: 31 nappies per pack

Shipping Info: usually ships within 1 business days!

Availability: In stock

$31.95
  • Buy 4 for $25.55 each and save 21%
Key Features of the Seventh Generation Nappies:
  • Chlorine-free absorbent materials - do not contribute to dioxin pollution
  • Soft, cloth-like comfort
  • Premium absorbency - helping to keep baby dry in between changes and through the night
  • Hypo-allergenic - the absorbent polymer used is non-toxic and non-irritating to baby's sensitive skin
  • Features stretchy leg gathers and resealable closure tabs
  • Close-fitting thin nappy
  • Super-stretchy leg gathers
  • No latex, fragrance, petroleum-based lotions or TBT (tributyl tin)
  • Not tested on animals
  • Leaping Bunny (Cruelty Free) Certified
  • Kosher Certified

Directions For Disposal:
  • Flush the waste, not the nappy!
  • When you're throwing away a used nappy, empty the waste into the toilet, wrap the nappy tightly, and throw it away.
  • Keeping human waste out of the landfill is safer for all of us.
  • Please recycle where facilities exist.

Warnings & Safety Information:
  • Please remember that this packaging, or a torn piece of nappy, could cause choking for a child, so please keep the packaging out of your child's reach.
  • And like any piece of clothing, nappies are flammable so please take care.

Did you Know?

  • "Each year more than 800 million disposable nappies are used in Australia. All this waste requires about 145,000 cubic metres of landfill space." (Source: Media Release by Minister for Environment, Victoria, 31 August 2004).
  • The more we use natural alternatives like the Seventh Generation Nappies, the less toxic chemicals we will be putting into our landfill and into the environment more broadly.
Materials Used to Make the Seventh Generation Nappies:
  • Chlorine free wood pulp fluff, sodium polyacrylate (also referred to as SAP or absorbent gel), polyolefin nonwoven fabric, adhesives, polyolefin film, synthetic rubber elastic strands.

About Sodium Polyacrylate::
  • Seventh Generation uses an absorbent polymer (gel) in their nappies as it is the best method they have found for keeping babies dry and reducing nappy rash. Their exhaustive research on this gel has shown that it is non-toxic and safe for babies while helping to keep them dry and comfortable. Independent scientific research on this chemically inert gel has shown that it is non-toxic, not carcinogenic and non-irritating to the skin.

Composition:
  • The color of disposable nappies is typically achieved through the addition of color pigments to their inner and outer cover materials. This is also true for Seventh Generation nappies. While most designs on the market use pigments that result in a white color, Seventh Generation uses a small amount of blended color pigments to impart a tan color to their nappies. The blend is proprietary to the supplier of the pigment. To the best of Seventh Generation's knowledge, there are no known toxicity issues associated with the use of these pigments in their nappies. Without the addition of color pigments, these materials would be colorless, much like a plastic milk jug. Seventh Generation uses brown pigments to help distinguish Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Nappies from others in the marketplace that are bleached with chlorine-containing substances.

  • All disposable nappies, including Seventh Generation’s, rely on man-made materials to deliver the high-level performance that parents expect of modern nappies. These materials are mostly petroleum-derived and are not renewable, which adversely impacts the environmental footprint associated with these products. Seventh Generation is pleased to offer an alternative that is not bleached with chemicals containing chlorine, and are working hard to further improve the sustainability of their nappy products.

About Chlorine:
  • The wood pulp used in Seventh Generation's nappies has not been processed with chemicals containing chlorine. This prevents dangerous chlorinated toxins from being released into the environment through the pulp production process.
Seventh Generation Certifications:
  • Leaping Bunny (Cruelty Free) Certified
  • Kosher Certified

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Shipping FAQs
  • How long will it take for you to ship my Seventh Generation product to me? Usually ships within 1 - 2 business days!

Product FAQs
  • What is a Free & Clear Nappy? Seventh Generation's Free & Clear nappies are FREE of chlorine processing; they are also free of fragrances, latex, and petroleum-based lotions, so you get to decide what touches your child's sensitive skin. Best of all, they offer premium absorbency and soft, cloth like comfort for your little one.

  • Why doesn’t Seventh Generation use chlorine in the processing of its Nappies, Training Pants and Overnight Nappies? Seventh Generation believes in processing without the use of chemicals containing chlorine because chlorine processing can produce chlorinated hydrocarbons, which have a negative impact on the environment. By choosing not to process with chlorine, we help reduce the overall amount of chlorinated toxins released into the environment, and in that way we're helping to make the world a healthier place for you and your family.

  • Why are Seventh Generation Nappies,Training Pants and Overnight Nappies brown? The color of disposable nappies is typically achieved by the addition of color pigments to the inner and outer cover materials. This is also true for Seventh Generation nappies. While most designs on the market use pigments that result in a white color, Seventh Generation uses a combination of pigments that result in a light brown color to help distinguish Seventh Generation Free & Clear Nappies from others in the marketplace that are bleached with chlorine containing substances.

    Without the addition of color pigments, all nappies would appear translucent, much like a clear plastic milk jug. A nappy produced without pigments, when soiled, would clearly show the child's waste through the inner and outer layers.

Reducing Chlorine in our Environment:
  • Your choice of chlorine-free nappies helps reduce the amount of dioxin polluting our air, water and soil - this helps to make our planet a safer, healthier place for your family and generations to come!

Flushing the Waste:
  • Flush the waste, not the nappy! When you're throwing away a used nappy, empty the waste into the toilet, wrap the nappy tightly, and throw it away. Keeping human waste out of the landfill is safer for all of us. Please recycle where facilities exist.

EVERY EFFORT MAKES AN AMAZING DIFFERENCE!!


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